Kellands has showcased its versatile Multidrive high-capacity load carriers at Cereals 2015.

The company has just expanded the range with the launch of two new wide-track XT models which have been specially designed to meet the needs of Control Traffic Farming.

Available on the M380 and M420, the new XT machines feature an innovative wide-width axle that enables users to set the track width from 2.2m up to 3.0m.

Boasting a 225hp John Deere engine, the XT machines are more powerful than the standard model and feature a high-performance  Articul-air suspension system for enhanced traction, a smooth ride and close contour-following.

Kellands director of sales and marketing Keith Pashley said: “The new XT series machines have been specifically designed for CTF systems and offer greater power and more effective suspension, while delivering outstanding stability and precision.”

Kellands Multidrive machines have proven effective in a wide range of rolls and are used by major players in the spraying industry, including Chafer, LandQuip and others.

The machines all feature high payload to unladen weight; high capacity; and a mechanical drive-line for enhanced efficiency, performance and simplicity.

Sophisticated hydraulics provide constant PTO output, irrespective of engine speed or terrain and the chassis features a detachable frame system to integrate with a variety of spraying and spreading packs with minimum alteration.

With the distinctive low-noise, high visibility cab, the operating environment is equipped for panoramic vision, high comfort and productivity.

Multidrive machines were also on display at the Chafer and LandQuip stands.

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